Recording Pioneers


Horace SHEBLE  1869 - .... PIONEER    PARENTS    LIFE    NOTES    LABELS    PHOTOS    THANK YOU

PIONEER

Horace SHEBLE  1869 - ....

aka H. Sheble, Horace Schaible, H. Schaible
nationality
occupation
birth 28 Jan 1869, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
baptism
death 4 Jan 1946, Philadelphia, PA
burial
marriage <1888>, ..............
Laura ........

b. ...........
d. ............

children
  • Dora M. [SCHAIBLE]

    b. 18 Jun 1889, Philadelphia, PA
    d. ..........

  • Earle

    b. 27 Feb 1894, Philadelphia, PA
    d. ................

marriage married abt 1898 to:
Grace W. ATMORE

b. 12 Dec 1870, Philadelphia, PA
d. 15 June 1948, Philadelphia, PA


PARENTS

father George Henry SHEBLE (wool merchant)

b. 27 April 1835, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
d. 26 March 1911, Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA, USA

mother Ann Elizabeth JONES

b. 22 June 1836, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
d. 11 September 1908, Cheltenham, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, USA

marriage on 11 May 1856, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
children
  • Laura
  • George Ed.

    b. Nov 1859

  • Josephine (daughter-in-law; April 1864)
  • Willis (spouse: Clara <1867, NJ)
  • Frank J.

    b. Aug 1867

  • Horace

    b. 28 Jan 1869, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    d. 4 Jan 1946, Philadelphia, PA

  • Harold M.

    b. Jan 1890


LIFE


1894 and 1896 (sugar merchant) and again 1896 (merchant) visited England

In 1900: Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA

In 1908: 4326 Spruce Street, Philadelphia (ELLIS ISLAND)

In 1911, 1928, 1930, 1934,
In 1938: 3056 Garden Court, Philadelphia, PA

With Ellsworth A. Hawthorne founded the American Record Company 1904-1908
see: PRESCOTT, John Osgood

Starr records and phonographs until 1910 (Columbia take-over)


1910 CENSUS Noran (sic = Horace) Sheble: Manager GRAPHOPHONE



Factory Manager for COLUMBIA

1916: Founder of the Domestic Talking Machine Corporation in Philadelphia


1920 CENSUS:
occupation: Stamping metal


New York Times Oct 25, 1936 ?
salesman (power transmission)
1900 CENSUS: manufacturer (Pat (=patent?) M........?)


NOTES

  • The Origins of Okeh by Allan Sutton (internet)


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PHOTOS

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